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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1896)
T U E II E S T E l I A X
Fra; 77c Library.
It is & lamentable fact that year after
year the same admonitions are demanded
from the university press regarding sludeui
manners. On the whole we are a well
mannered lot, but there are some except
ions not necessarily individual, to be sure,
which should he remedied The use of
We are glad to learn that the Delian girls
quartette will soon reappear.
C W. Jones, formerly principal of the
Hay Springs High hchool, is taking the
Miss Myrtle Wheeler writes that her
work is progressing well, and that she is
library books in so many branches of study, pleased with Illinois life.
in place of text-books is a great saving in
one's expenses. But it is attended with
such inconvenience, that almost an3one
would 1ms glad to buy a. text book instead, if
the work could be as well done. Students
who have reference books monopolize them
in a manner one might style brutally in
considerate. Moreover a criminal stajre
in the affair is reached when a student con
ceals a book for a class eriod or a dinner
hour or perhaps a hdf day in order that he
may lie able to finish his reading at leisure.
Thi- is done, and not by lower classmen
and new students, either; for most of the
library work is upjer class work It would
seem that some sort of precaution such as a
The Annual Board will meet next Thurs
day at 5 p m , in the Historical Library.
All members are desired to le present.
The Bryan glee club has a membership of
about twenty. Nearly half of them have
been memlMjr.- of the University glee club
Mr. J. E. Pearson is going to Butler Co.,
the later part of the week to attend a wed
ding. We hope he will return an unmarried
Miss June Smails, 'Ob", expects to con
tinue her music at the Conservatory this
Miss Cora Lyons, T02, was married to
chain and padlock for each reference lxok Mr. Fred Free this summer and resides
must Im adopted in order that anything like ;,t Norfolk.
fairness may le s-ecured. As it is. students ' ,. . ' ,. . . . .
are compelled to spend half of a two hour l rot- J " ' an 1S doing wel1 l11
preparation period in searching for a book to tnft art playing base ball uuder the in
read. This i.- not exaggeration Ask any stnietion of Guy Howard,
student in one of the lare clas-es usinp 'pi , 'e r u i r
reference readings, and thiJ statement win J nmnes f MlSS nmaw a?cl '
be amply confirmed. Let student? learn to tll(Jyan wre proposed for membership
rad references more rapidly and take les m n,11 society last Friday night,
copious notes (our memories need exercise The Sophomores held a meeting last
fully as much a- our penmanship. i Let them .v o,.,i if,i i i r
always leave reference on appropriate a1 fleets Mr. Percy Mowe presi
shelves. And let the professor endeavor to , t0 flU the vaf'anc.v ft by Mr. Ed
give more readings where possible Other- Sertoli.
chain mmt nee rCSrt t0 tbC IWiUock anl The Unio" nys Debt"S Club anni-
versary will he on.- of the best things of
The Delians unanimously accepted the tnf 'ear- T"0 chancellor and Roscoe
invitation from the Palladians to the Quar- Pound are the drawing cards
ter centennial address to be given bv e w w .,
chancellor Fairfield. W . N . Wilson, Law '96, is a candidate
The Mary Bryan club will give a recep " lhe tus,on ticket for co"nty attorney
tion toMro Bryan at the Lincoln Hotel Sat- of Otoe bounty. If W. W. makes as good
urday afternoon. They have invited the a political '-bucker" as he did a foot ball
University club to attend. They will go en player, his opponent had better he care-
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